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Ground Floor Flex Usage, Prime LIC, Subways, Citibank Area, High Ceili

APPROXIMATE Size: 3,300 sq ft
MONTHLY RENT: Withheld
Neighborhood: Battery Park City
Matthew SpiegelInquire with Matthew Spiegel
(347) 669-1072
Property Details
  • Approximate Size: 3,300 sf (Convert to Sq m)

  • Last Updated: October 23rd, 2020

  • APPROXIMATE Size: 3,300 sq ft
    MONTHLY RENT: Withheld
    Neighborhood: Battery Park City
    ABOUT THE PROPERTY

    Flex commercial loft space with concrete floors on GROUND FLOOR Sink in the space permitted usages: office, warehouse, art studio, light industrial workshop no heavy duty industrial or toxic chemicals, fumes Fitness, dance studio, yoga pilates OK. Huge freight elevator short walk to E,M,G,7 Trains Close to queensboro bridge, LIE, 10 mins midtown Manhattan Immediate occupancy 3-5 year lease

    PROPERTY DETAILS

    Monthly Rent: Withheld

  • Approximate Size: 3,300 sf (Convert to Sq m)

  • Last Updated: October 23rd, 2020

  • ABOUT Battery Park City

    Battery Park City is a neighborhood in Lower Manhattan in New York City, bounded by Chambers Street to the north, West Street to the east, Pier A to the south, and the Hudson River to the west. It is adjacent to the neighborhoods of Tribeca and the Financial District. Battery Park City is one of New York's newest and most comprehensively planned neighborhoods. Original planning for the area began in the 1970s, when the land on which it sits was created with soil excavated during the construction of the World Trade Center. Construction in Battery Park City began in the 1980s and continued until the late 2000s, with the neighborhood completed just a few years ago. Current residential neighborhoods of Battery Park City are divided as north and south sections, with the World Financial Center office complex sitting in the middle. The buildings in the southern section tend to be older, while the large buildings of the northern section have mostly been built since the 9/11 attacks, though most buildings in both areas have luxury amenities. With trees and greenery throughout the neighborhood, Battery Park City contains an abundance of parks and recreation spaces, including a waterfront esplanade that connects to Hudson River Park, as well as Teardrop Park, Nelson A. Rockefeller Park, Robert F. Wagner Park, the North Cove Marina, and several playing fields. Cultural attractions such as the Irish Hunger Memorial, Skyscraper Museum, and Museum of Jewish Heritage are located in Battery Park City. The neighborhood features numerous restaurants, including Danny Meyer's North End Grill, Shake Shack, and Blue Smoke. The World Financial Center will soon feature a new shopping arcade that will bring high-end fashion brands to Battery Park City.